Multistrada is the most versatile motorcycle from Ducati. It is an adventure-sport-tourer with a high performing Testastretta engine churning out 157.8 BHP and 136 NM of torque from its 1198.4cc L-twin liquid-cooled unit. The design is quite curvy with a beak-like front fairing which houses the twin-headlight unit. There’s a tall windscreen for wind protection and a relatively long-travel suspension. In essence, though, Multistrada is still a sportbike with tight geometry and 17-inch wheels that keep the handling on the sharper side. Equipped with cutting-edge technology like Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and Ducati Safety Pack (DSP) which includes Bosch cornering ABS and Traction Control to name a few, the Multistrada is a serious motorcycle.
Ducati Multistrada

Ducati Multistrada Bike Key Features

  • Ducati Multistrada Braking and Safety

    Ducati is not known to underequip their motorcycles and so the Multistrada comes with top-rate braking system from Brembo. At the front, there’s a pair of 320mm discs with radially mounted 4-piston callipers along with a 265mm single disc with 2-piston callipers at the back. Furthermore, these brakes get cornering ABS from Bosch which is a top braking system today.

  • Ducati Multistrada Mileage

    Desmodromic Valve Timing, dual spark technology along with a generous 20 litres of fuel tank capacity ensure that the Multistrada spends more time being ridden on the road and less on fuel stations.